Last Updated: 27th February, 2019
After CCI, it’s now the turn of AICWA. Right around about fourteen days after the Pulwama heinous attacks, on 26th February , India woke up to the news of Indian Air Force administering a crucial surgical strike. The mission was conveyed at 3:30 am, wherein the IAF vanquished nearly 200-400 terrorists, which were set at the Jaish-e-Mohammad terror camps along the LoC of India-Pakistan border.
This fearless move purchased a great deal of honors and acclaims for the IAF. Obviously, it went poorly with the authorities from over the border. Pakistan’s Information and Broadcasting Minister Fawad Chaudhry expressed that the Cinema Exhibitors Association had chosen to blacklist the Indian content and that no Indian film will be released in Pakistan.
As a counter reaction to the equivalent, the All India Cine Workers Association (AICWA) has written a letter to the Prime Minister of India, Narendra Modi. In their letter, the affiliation has requested a Total Ban on issuing Visa to every one of the Pakistani performing artists, actors, film affiliation and media organizations.
All India Cine Workers Assn in a letter to PM Modi in regards with Pakistan's ban on release of Indian Movie or content in Pak:AICWA on behalf of entire film&media fraternity would demand complete shut down on issuing any Visa to Pakistani actors,Film Association&Media Fraternity pic.twitter.com/Yo5BJ07w5q
— ANI (@ANI) February 26, 2019
Conveying their strong support with India and its administration, the affiliation stated, “We need to guarantee that the Government of India takes concrete decisions and guarantee that strict confinements are forced on such terrorist funding countries like Pakistan, the whole country of 1.3 billion is with you in defending with these terror sponsor culprits of Pakistan.”
They included, “Whole film fraternity is proud of the Indian Air Force, Government of India for showing such a brave and capable countering in Pakistan Occupied Kashmir and we trust that the Government of India keeps on doing as such. We trust that you will before long request the Ministry of External Affairs and the Ministry of Information and Broadcasting to govern this demand made by 1.3 billion individuals of India. Nation first is New India.”
It was after the destructive Pulwama attacks when the AICWA had declared an all out restriction on every one of the Pakistani artists working in the Bollywood film industry.
Have at least a decent degree of shame Pakistan and more importantly, you Mr. Imran Khan for the sake of humanity!